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Each indigo strand was as thick as a twig, and had the moist look of an anemone.
Pick one flower and do an arrangement — one vase of marigolds, another white anemones — and then mix them up on the table.
The Color Of The Year Centering around Rose Quartz, one of Pantone's top colors for 2016, Kat Flower features a beautiful centerpiece with French anemones, garden roses and sculptural greenery made up of rainbow eucalyptus.
The rash is the result of baby jellyfish or anemone stingers.
From microscopic plankton to sea horses, anemones and sharks, little survives inside the 30- to 100-foot radius of an explosion.
White plates from ABC Carpet & Home add contrast and sophistication and plays up the accent color in the anemones.
Kids can look for starfish, snails, and anemones in the tide pools that form among the rocks at the north end of the beach.
What does that mean for a clown fish that makes a home in a stressed anemone?
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ANEMONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of anemone for English Language Learners
: a type of garden plant that has white, purple, or red flowers
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